Krishnan Guru-Murthy gives his take on life, the news and everything.
At 3pm on Friday 10 members of the Channel 4 News team, from the editor to the graphic designers, will be joining me on an epic 300km cycle ride to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Our task is to get there in 24 hours.
18 million people across the world died in 2012 without morphine – shocking, when you realise that 80 per cent of the world’s morphine is consumed by just six countries.
Access to palliative drugs should be a basic human right. Yet the World Health Organisation says six rich countries consumer 80 per cent of the world’s morphine.
“Please God, let him not be a jerk,” I thought on the way to my interview with Pharrell Williams, the US music superstar caught in a controversy over the song Blurred Lines.
I am troubled by the whole press pool concept. The media is inadvertently conspiring with politicians and their spin doctors to make them look good and allow them to evade questions.
So brilliant – they are going to start counting. I’m delighted. Now let’s make it count.
America’s most wanted whistleblower has made the world think about privacy and the boundaries of intelligence gathering – which is why Krishnan Guru-Murthy has chosen him as his person
Dave and Nick have finally announced their energy bill cutting plan but who wins and who loses? Have we gone back to the future?
It might sound like the PM wants to lower your energy bill. But according to his own government documents, doing this seemingly popular U-turn would mean it in fact goes up.
Word has arrived of a major development in the case of Sahar Gul, the 15-year-old girl rescued from terrible abuse by her in-laws and featured in a recent Unreported World documentary.